Although many people are against that, others have felt it was right even necessary. Yes teens make mistakes and do unnecessary things, but treating them as adult’s isn’t the right thing to do. Juveniles shouldn’t be punished as adults, because they’re still maturing and still have the mind of a child. Teenagers often don’t have the mind of an adult, so why try them as one? In Adam Liptak’s article “ Locked Away Forever” published in The New York Times he tells us of the case of Joe Sullivan, who was charged with sexually
Nevertheless, not always do people get influenced negatively into turning to gangs and making bad choices. Thinking about the gangster environment and about the people that have lived or live in such surroundings you may think that it’s not as bad as it looks or sounds like, but in most cases the people get dragged into situations that force them into joining gangs for protection; people have been impacted by the environment that they live in. They make their own choices, often leading them through several traumatizing events that might make them change. I believe that with a good education our youth will notice all the pointless violence and wasted futures that have been around; the more education one gets not only does it enrich the person who is devoting their life for education but it also enriches their families, communities, neighborhood’s future as well as it does for them. Environment has a lot to do with the choices that people make but thanks to knowledge people decide the path they want to take.
Alcohol did not create a negative impact for those who did not abuse it, but of course there always has to be those few who mess it all up for the rest of the population. During the times where prohibition was not in place, husbands would cause menacing crimes to their families due to their overdosing. The rates of child abuse drastically increased during the times before prohibition, as drunken fathers would come home from the bar causing harm to their young. Such acts caused alcohol consumption to be viewed in a negative way by groups of people and religions. To some, alcohol was considered to be “devil's juice” and was forbidden in some homes.
But is this right, should parents even, principals just blow bullying off like that? Maybe we've seen a bigger kid shoving a smaller kid around, or a girl with less money shunned because her clothes aren't nice enough or she doesn't live in the right neighborhood. Both situations involve bullying, and it's a serious problem in elementary and middle schools nationwide. Too often, we don't take bullying seriously. Young people who are bullied are more likely to skip school or completely drop out.
Are Graffiti,Gangs related to peer perssure? The answer is YES . Graffiti can be seen in very different ways but, to most eyes is seen as a bad thing.Is moslty seen as a peer perssure because some kids that do it werent really like that , there had to be someone who made them start. Most graffiti has to do gang realated and kids peer others kids into doing other things. Peer perssure is a global manfaction and is a problem to anyone.
1990) It’s necessary to ask help from the superior officers so that a tolerance of brutality will not establish. Many officers will officially feel that such action would be burdensome. However, policeman often already feel restrained and burdened by policy that takes such large amount of their duty time. The treat of violent on the streets across the United States has increased at a dramatic rate. Policemen that are forced to face violence are sometimes caught in the same violent while Unethical Police Operations Paper 3 trying to
There is no training program for them that state any reasons why the culture of the company relies on customer satisfaction. So in this case some employees may feel resentment for having to put so much effort into making their customer happy. For instance, some Nordstrom employees may feel that it is too difficult to meet the needs of some of their customers. Employees are expected to go out of their way, even to work long hours or beyond their hours to meet their customers’ needs, but they do not get compensated for any overtime. The environment for this employee could be very stressful and cause them to not want to put much effort into sales.
What is more important? “Devotees of body piercing and tattoos may hate to admit it, but they are often negatively judged by the public because of their body modifications”, and having these visible tattoos it makes it harder to find a suitable career (Bahadosingh). This is mainly because some employers “associate [tattoos] with convicts and miscreants” (Bahadosingh). Many business owners do not want to lose any customers because of an employee’s outer appearance. Especially in this economy they have to take all the business they can get.
Laura Rosales Ms. Martin Period: 1 12th Expo. / Comp. December 13, 2011 Kids Are Not Adults Juvenile justice in courts is a worldwide problem that can have negative consequences for the general community climate and for the right of people to live in a safe environment. In the article “startling finds on teenage brains” by Paul Thompson, he states that teenagers are losing lots of brain tissue and they cannot control their impulses. I think teens should not be tried as adults because they have not experienced how does the adult world works long enough to realize what they are doing.
They assure that ‘things are too soft’, and that discipline has broken out. What is more, given the fact that children and adolescents are more difficult to handle as years go by, it is almost impossible for the heads of these establishments to stand this situation. VERY GOOD Secondly, the dissatisfaction some people may experience due to the conditions under which they work is another factor that may lead to madness. Dwellers that are not happy with their job can easily have a not very adequate reaction. For example, some people that have public work may always have arguments with citizens or colleagues without a clear reason.